Science at ALCF

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61-­Pin Wire-­Wrap Turbulent Conjugate-­Heat Transfer: V&V for Industry and SESAME
Elia Merzari, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
120 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Ab Initio Modeling of the Dynamical Stability of HED Plasmas: From Fusion to Astrophysics
Frederico Fiuza, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
ALCC 2016
60 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Adjoint Based Optimization via Large Eddy Simulation of a Fundamental Turbine Stator-­Rotor
Qiqi Wang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ALCC 2016
15 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
An End-­Station for Intensity and Energy Frontier Experiments and Calculations
Taylor Childers, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
93.5 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Computational Engineering of Defects in Soft and Hard Materials for Energy and Quantum Information Applications
Marco Govoni , University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
53.7 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Computational Study of Cycle-­to-­Cycle Variation in Dual-­Fuel Engines
Ravichandra Jupudi, General Electric Global Research
ALCC 2016
25 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
Delivering the Department of Energy's Next-­Generation High-Resolution Earth System Model
Peter Thornton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
158 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Earth Science
Demonstration of the Scalability of Programming Environments By Simulating Multi-­Scale Applications
Robert Voigt , Leidos
ALCC 2016
151 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Computer Science
Exploring Higgs Compositeness Mechanism in the Era of the 14 TeV LHC
George Fleming, Yale University
ALCC 2016
55 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Extreme-Scale Gyrokinetic Particle Simulations to Complete the 2016 OFES National Theory/Simulation Performance Target and to Study the Fundamental Edge Physics
Choong-­Seock Chang, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
ALCC 2016
100 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
First Principles Design and Analysis of Energy-­Efficient NanoElectronic Switches
Sefa Dag, Globalfoundries
ALCC 2016
10 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
First Principles Design of Magnetic Materials, Models, and Mechanisms
Lucas Wagner, University of Illinois at Urbana-­Champaign
ALCC 2016
30 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Hadronic Light-­by-­Light Scattering Contribution to the Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment from Lattice QCD with Chiral Fermions
Thomas Blum, University of Connecticut
ALCC 2016
180 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
High-­Intensity Multibunch Physics in the Fermilab Accelerator Complex
James Amundson, Fermilab
ALCC 2016
50 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Modeling Helium-­Hydrogen Plasma Mediated Tungsten Surface Response to Predict Fusion Plasma Facing Component Performance in ITER
Brian Wirth, University of Tennessee
ALCC 2016
70 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Modeling of Intense X-­ray Laser Dynamics in Nanoclusters
Phay Ho, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
10 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Molecular Dynamics Studies of Biomass Degradation in Biofuel Production
Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois at Urbana-­Champaign
ALCC 2016
50 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Biological Sciences
Molecular Modeling of Hot Electron Transfer for Solar Energy Conversion
Hanning Chen, George Washington University
ALCC 2016
16 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Chemistry
Multiphase Simulations of Nuclear Reactor Flows
Igor Bolotnov, North Carolina State University
ALCC 2016
72.1 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
Muon g − 2 Hadronic Vacuum Polarization from Lattice QCD
John Laiho, Syracuse University
ALCC 2016
66 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Nuclear Structure for Tests of Fundamental Symmetries and Astroparticle Physics
Calvin Johnson, San Diego State University
ALCC 2016
6 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flows in Advanced Steam Generators
Aleksandr Obabko, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
80 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Predictive Modeling of Functional Nanoporous Materials, Nanoparticle Assembly, and Reactive Systems
J. Ilja Siepmann, University of Minnesota
ALCC 2016
117 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Simulations of Laser Experiments to Study the Origin of Cosmic Magnetic Fields
Petros Tzeferacos, University of Chicago
ALCC 2016
60 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
The Materials Project -­ Completing the Space of Elastic and Piezoelectric Tensors
Kristin Persson, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
ALCC 2016
36 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Unraveling Silent Owl Flight to Develop Ultra-­Quiet Energy Conversion Machines
Anupam Sharma, Iowa State University
ALCC 2016
25 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering